Hale’s El Jefe Hefeweizen is brewed true to style, using an authentic Bavarian hefe yeast that yields a light, subtle, drinkable beer with a distinctive fruity flavor.
As the region’s first craft brewed pale ale, Hale’s Pale Ale established the category in the Northwest. Clean, crisp, balanced and true to style, it’s easy to see why this beer has remained a favorite since 1983!
An expert blend of citrus & pine hop aromas with a rich malt body. Supergoose is, best of all, a balanced and drinkable IPA, characteristics that have made it a favorite among the legions of Northwest IPA aficionados.
Hale’s version of this traditional German light ale is a GABF gold medal winner! Kolsch is similar to a pilsner in flavor, light, subtle and thirst quenching.
A bigger, bolder amber ale, Red Menace has more hop flavor than typical amber ales. A toasted malt profile gives the beer outstanding complexity with superb drinkability. Join the Party!
Mongoose IPA combines distinctive hop flavors & aroma with delightful drinkability. Golden colored, bright and approachable, Mongoose IPA is a go-to choice for beer lovers across the Northwest.
Hale’s Troll Porter is big, round and complex with mocha, coffee and chocolate overtones.
First brewed in 1988 Hale’s Harvest is one of the region’s longest running seasonal offerings and a much anticipated autumn classic. We tweak the recipe each autumn, yet the overall flavor profile remains consistent: big malt body, deep red color and pronounced hop presence.
A unique blend of specialty malts yields a roasty, full bodied and full flavored stout with a satisfying aftertaste. Moderately hopped with Cascade, Chinook & Columbus hops, Hale’s El Dazzle Winter Stout has an approachable 6.3% ABV that invites you to keep exploring!
Halestorm Double IPA has a complex herbal flavor that suggests citrus, mint, melon and pine, with a dry, long and luscious hop finish. Brewed with over 4.5 lbs of our favorite NW hops per barrel.
Brewed true-to-style, this Hale’s Pilsner has a light golden color and a clean crisp finish. We combined the highest grade of imported Pilsner malt, Czech yeast and Saaz, and Tahoma hops to create a delicate, delicious beer.
2 pounds of dry hops per barrel! Cascade, Simcoe and Chinook hops spice this beer and pair well with the locally grown and malted Skagit Valley barley we use. Golden colored and light in flavor, Cascadia IPA is a very refreshing summer IPA.
Leary Way Limited Series
Juicy, the first release of Hale’s new Leary Way Limited IPA Series, is brewed with an abundance of Mosaic, Citra and Columbus hops. A fresh, light-bodies, aromatic IPA that will leave you dreaming of the tropics!
Hale’s Tropical IPA is the 2nd release in our 2018 Leary Way Limited IPA Series. Brewed with Calypso, Amarillo, Citra, Mosaic and experimental hops, this aromatic, hop-forward IPA yields hints of pineapple, honeydew and apricot. Our use of malted wheat provides a bit of sweetness to this hazy, pale-orange colored ale. Hale’s Tropical IPA has a medium-bodied mouthfeel and a delightful, lingering hop bouquet. Cheers!
Citrus, the 3rd release from the Leary Way Limited Series, is a hazy, orange-hued offering with lower bitterness. This beer delivers notes of sweet orange, grapefruit, mango & pine complimented by a long hop aftertaste and sweet caramel. We’re taking the classic IPA flavors and turning them on their head with a reimagined method of crafting this beer style.
Meet the final installment of our Leary Way Limited Series, #4 Piney. With the changing of the seasons, we’re increasing the alcohol content as a buffer against the cold. Featuring…
Hale’s Ales was the first craft brewery in America to produce nitrogen conditioned beers. Cream Ale has a light mouthfeel and a light, balanced flavor. Easy drinking and unique.
A nitro version of our regular Troll Porter. Nitrogen conditioning yields a softer taste and a velvety smooth mouthfeel to this dark, chocolaty brew.
Hale’s Special Bitter, or HSB, is a complex, deep amber colored ale that blends silky smooth body with complex hop and malt flavors. HSB emulates the famous “special bitters” of Great Britain…we dare say.